It was a team effort to record, refine, and polish the Master Builder Audio Drama. Today we’re raising our glasses and our headphones to the crucially important SOUND TEAM for this project: Sound Designer Edith Snow, Composers Pennee Miles, and Audio Engineer Alex Maness. You’ll see their bios and photos below. Hire them without delay to work with you (except when we need them for more upcoming projects!!). Listen to their work on the MASTER BUILDER AUDIO DRAMA and be sure to wear your headphones for maximum enjoyment.
Edith Snow (SOUND DESIGNER) is an actor/filmmaker/musician. She has performed in the Triangle area for the last two decades, most recently seen in Theatre Raleigh’s JUNK. Last year, she toured with Hidden Voices’ production of To Buy the Sun: The Challenge of Pauli Murray playing over 30 characters in the 2-hour show. She has toured with the Nat’l Theater of the Deaf performing in both spoken English and ASL. Television credits include: Homeland, Turn Washington’s Spies, One Tree Hill. Edith is a freelance audio/video editor who recently completed sound design for Tamara Kissane’s Master Builder audio drama which premiered at The Women’s Theatre Festival in Raleigh. She sings and writes in the lounge-noir band, The Drowning Lovers. edithsnow.com
Pennee Miles (ORIGINAL MUSIC) is a collaborative duo specializing in music for videos, commercials, podcasts, and films. It consists of composer/instrumentalist Wendy Spitzer (North Carolina, USA) and producer/instrumentalist Barnabas Poffley (London, UK), who met as graduate students at Goldsmiths, University of London. For more info, visit http://penneemiles.com.
Alex Maness (AUDIO ENGINEER, AUDIENCE MEMBER) is a photographer, filmmaker, and visual artist living in Durham NC. A graduate of Syracuse University’s VPA program, he strives to use still images and video in non-traditional ways. He is a past staff photographer for The Independent Weekly newspaper and is a co-conspirator at Shadowbox studio. Projection design for theater includes The Laramie Project, Donald, Sweet Tea, And the Ass Saw the Angel, The Emotions of Normal People, HUNCHBACK, The Interrogative Mood, Wakey Wakey, and Dancing at Laghunasa. With visual artist Heather Gordon he provided projection design for CINNABAR and AND THEN THE SUN SWALLOWED ME. With choreographer Justin Tornow’s COMPANY Alex was projection designer for the ECHO project ,No.19 / MODULATIONS, and SHOW. As a recording engineer he produced the 32 voice taping of This Is Not A Novel for Little Green Pig, as well as currently engineering the Artist Soapbox podcast. When not running around with a camera he restores and rides vintage motorcycles and scooters. www.alexmaness.com